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Ohio man indicted on six counts in robbery, murder of transgender woman

| Wednesday, July 9, 2014
Quamar Edwards
CINCINNATI – A grand jury in Ohio on Wednesday handed down a six-count indictment on an Ohio man who police say fatally shot a transgender woman last month. Quamar Edwards, 25, was indicted on one count each of aggravated murder, aggravated robbery, murder, felonious assault, having weapons under disability and tampering with evidence ...

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Suspect in murder of Ohio transgender woman turns himself in

| Wednesday, July 2, 2014
Quamar Edwards
CINCINNATI – A man suspected of the murder of a transgender woman turned himself in to Cincinnati police on Wednesday. Quamar Edwards was arrested and charged with murder in the shooting death of 28-year-old Tiffany Edwards, 28, whose body was discovered by a sanitation worker on a Cincinnati street last week.

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Body of transgender woman found shot to death, left on a Cincinnati street

| Saturday, June 28, 2014
Tiffany Edwards
CINCINNATI, Ohio -- A transgender woman was found dead Thursday morning in the middle of a Cincinnati street. Tiffany Edwards, 28, had been shot to death, according to news reports, which said her body was discovered about 8 a.m. Thursday by a city sanitation driver.

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Teachers criticize Catholic school contracts that regulate their private lives

| Saturday, May 24, 2014
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OAKLAND, Calif. -- The Roman Catholic Dioceses in Oakland and Cincinnati have come under fire for new morality clauses that require teachers to conform to church teachings in their private lives.

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Victory Fund announces ‘Ten Races to Watch’ featuring LGBT candidates

JEFF SPITKO | GayPolitics.com | Friday, October 25, 2013
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The Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund has announced its annual “Races to Watch” list featuring openly LGBT candidates, naming 10 candidates involved in groundbreaking runs for political office this year. Victory has endorsed a total of 85 out candidates for 2013, an all-time high for an odd numbered year.

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Judge sides with Ohio couple; orders gay man listed as married on death certificate

| Tuesday, September 3, 2013
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A recently deceased gay Ohio man must be listed on his death certificate as married and his husband must be listed as his spouse despite Ohio's gay marriage ban, a federal judge ordered Tuesday.

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LGBT rights advocates to urge Procter & Gamble to drop Olympics sponsorship

| Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Procter & Gamble headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio.
CINCINNATI, Ohio -- LGBT activists will deliver nearly 200,000 signatures to Procter & Gamble headquarters in Cincinnati on Wednesday, urging the maker of everything from perfumes to pet food to end its sponsorship of the 2014 Winter Olympics in anti-gay Russia.

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Judge extends order that Ohio recognize dying man’s same-sex marriage

| Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Gary Landers, Cincinnati Enquirer/APJim Obergefell, right, and John Arthur return from their wedding flight at Cincinnati's Lunken Airport. The couple were married during a short ceremony on the plane, on the tarmac, at Baltimore/Washington International Airport on July 11, after flying in from Cincinnati.
CINCINNATI -- A federal judge on Tuesday extended a temporary restraining order preventing state authorities from enforcing their ban on gay marriage against two men who got married in another state as one of them nears death.

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Ruling on terminally ill gay man’s death certificate may spawn new suits

| Saturday, July 27, 2013
Gary Landers, Cincinnati Enquirer/APJim Obergefell, right, and John Arthur return from their wedding flight at Cincinnati's Lunken Airport. The couple were married during a short ceremony on the plane, on the tarmac, at Baltimore/Washington International Airport on July 11, after flying in from Cincinnati.
CINCINNATI -- A same-sex couple who successfully sued to get their out-of-state marriage recognized in Ohio despite a state ban are at the forefront of what supporters and experts believe will be a rush of similar lawsuits aiming to take advantage of an apparent legal loophole.

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Federal judge orders Ohio to recognize terminally ill man’s same-sex marriage

| Monday, July 22, 2013
Jim Obergefell (left) and John Arthur
A federal judge in Ohio on Monday ordered state officials to recognize the marriage of a gay couple that was performed in Maryland on the death certificate of one of the men who is terminally ill, noting that he “is certain to die soon.”

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